Discovering ‘life in all its fullness’ 


Our Vision Statement 


St. Margaret’s Church of England School has a living Christian foundation following the teaching of Jesus and claiming His promise of ‘life in all its fullness’ for everyone including those of us who are vulnerable.   We live out this faith by thinking and acting with love and compassion.


Everyone’s God-given uniqueness is welcome and important here.  We are committed to providing a safe environment in which children and adults can flourish.  We are a family-like community which shares laughter and joy, sadness and tears fostering strength in togetherness - giving and receiving forgiveness. 


We aspire for all to grow in academic wisdom - developing knowledge and skills that will inspire ambition and excellence.  We aspire for all to acquire spiritual wisdom, questioning without fear to understand the universe, each other and ourselves as God’s work in progress as we try to be more like Jesus. 


We value childhood and are determined to provide an education for children that enables them to appreciate it as a blessing; treasuring and remembering it for its richness and challenge, enjoyment, excitement and surprise.  


We set our sights on living and learning in this Christian community to renew hearts and minds and give hope for the future for everyone as we journey in faith.

Collective worship is very important to us in our school and takes place every day either the whole school together or in class or phase groups.

We enjoy singing lively worship songs, reflect on how we can follow Jesus’ example and teaching and bring our prayers to God. 


 Key documents and information:

Religious Education Policy

Collective Worship Policy 

Communion Service

Birmingham Church of England Guarantee 

Church of England Birmingham

Link to Diocesan report

Link to information about Church schools from the National Society 

Link to the latest Ofsted Report 

Our School Definition of Spirituality

Statement of Entitlement 

Staff views on Christian distinctiveness spring 2018 

Pupil views on Christian Distinctiveness Spring 2018

Summary of distinctiveness consultation with parents – autumn 2017











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Holy Week Art